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Poster: 2muchtv Date: Aug 5, 2004 2:12am
Forum: movie_of_the_week Subject: Re: Volition

Great observation, on both posts - so does power come from the having, or the wanting? Or, is it the juxtopostion of having the right thing that is wanted? And can that power be waekened or strengthened by the availability or the desire level? Did women in that era prefer to live in a world where access to their nudity was restricted, so any nudity was power? Does restricting access to nudity, and increasing desire, maintain the status quo?

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Poster: ridetheory Date: Aug 5, 2004 12:56pm
Forum: movie_of_the_week Subject: Re: Volition

Interesting questions -- I'm just going to enjoy them as rhetorical questions rather than address them because... it's been a long day.

Here's a blanket answer -- "YEAH!"

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Poster: summerseve Date: Aug 5, 2004 10:23pm
Forum: movie_of_the_week Subject: Re: Volition

Before moving on to the controversial topic of public transportation...something just occurred to me. Maybe the star of our seaside peep show wasn't a paid actress. This may well have been a home movie made by a pair of fun-loving 50's swingers. Judging by the lack of production values, it actually makes some sense. And it could account for her cheerful demeanor: she's actually teasing her real-life lover, not trying to make a few bucks by posing for a skin flick. Viewed with this theory in mind, the film is throughly enjoyable, in fact charming.
Since we'll never know, I think I'll choose to believe...

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Poster: summerseve Date: Aug 5, 2004 10:30pm
Forum: movie_of_the_week Subject: Re: Volition

p.s. Bravo on the septic tank analogy!